Liverpool Starting To Come Good

Liverpool’s season finally looks to be on the right track.

New boss Brendan Rodgers is attempting to implement his passing, flowing style at Anfield and the signs are finally starting to show some good.

A squad that, at the end of the summer transfer window, looked thin on the ground has Luis Suarez as the only recognised striker and previously untested youngsters plunged in to first team football domestically and in Europe, is making a move steadily up the Premier League table, sitting just 4 points off 4th placed city rivals Everton.

Rodgers’ style of play received plenty of praise, for himself and his players, at Swansea last season, maybe even earning him the Liverpool job in the summer, but has only just been evident as the Liverpool squad adapt to a new philosophy.

We may only be 16 games in to the season but if Rodgers and his side continue their good work then they may well be considered one of the season’s success stories.

Developing a new era at Anfield is a tough job but as for this season Rodgers can surely be content with Luis Suarez’s goalscoring brilliance, the emergence of youngsters Raheem Sterling and Suso, and the renaissance of captain steven Gerrard.


Sam Jewell